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Welcome Nenita, thanks for joining!
Hi, I tried to follow the discussion and I picked up some good ideas, particularly, using technology to deal with misbehavior so I decided to join the group. Thanks.
I'd like to get our conversations in this group going, as promised. I just posted a blog item from eSchoolNews about 10 ways schools are using social media tools effectively. Lots of up for debate there no doubt, so I am hoping we will!
What do you think about the ideas listed? What do you agree or disagree with? What have you done with social media tools that you can share with this group? What are some of the pitfalls you have faced and how have you worked around them?
Looking forward to hearing from many of you!
Dear Integrating Technology Group Members,
I am hoping to re-start group activity and will be working on facilitating discussions on technology related topics of interest in the coming weeks.
I hope you will join me in making this a vibrant community that engages in rich and productive discussions!
My first order of business is finding out two things:
1. What technology related topics are you looking for/need information on? These may be topics we discuss within this group, and/or the MSP2 staff may organize webinars on these topics for the MSP2 community at large.
2. What topics would YOU be interested in sharing your expertise with the group (and the MSP2 community at large)? For e.g., this could occur via a webinar, blog post or other related activity within MSP2.
Please let me know your thoughts, I look forward to hearing from you soon!
You are all welcome to participate in the Math, Arts and E-Learning conference in Ithaca on July 23 - 24.
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Strategies and techniques are provided regarding the benefits of using digital tools to support teaching and learning in any content area or grade level.
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